How To Hang Drywall on Walls

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25 responses on “How To Hang Drywall on Walls

  1. BasementFinishingMan

    I currently work at The Home Depot, but I am also a DIY person. I am going
    to be doing my basement in a few years, with framing and drywall. So this
    video has helped me out a lot. I appreciate this video a lot.

  2. Micah Brown

    1st time homeowner and avid DIY and I am about to tackle my kitchen. Thanks
    for the tips. Had no idea there was a tapered edge. And had a question
    about the horizontal vs. vertical hanging that got answered in the
    comments! Thanks for responding to the comments, it’s very helpful.

  3. Chris Kernina

    The way the tutorial was presented made it easy to understand and was at a
    good pace. Very informative. Not Annoying at all. Very professional. Thank
    you. I have a question though. I understand that the glue prevents the
    nails from popping. However, Wouldn’t it be cheaper to just use only
    drywall screws instead of all that glue? If so how far would you recommend
    the drywall screws be? Thanks again.

  4. Seth Chaney

    Fantastic video…..literally feel like an expert. Thanks! BTW…..The
    tsquare looks like the must have tool.

  5. John Single

    I have a basement where its slightly taller than 8ft, making a need for
    another piece to be cut for the bottom 20 inches or so. Would it make more
    sense to just go vertical with 12 ft drywall?

  6. Louise Filippo

    A lazy repair crew left wet drywall, wet scrap floor boards and wet 2×4
    scrap inside a wall. Result was mold mold mold, sick birdie and medical
    attention for me. I carefully removed all the drywall, removing it in
    sheets to not spread the mold. Almost time to replace the drywall. THANKS
    FOR THE VIDEO so I can do the project correctly.

    Question: One wall in the bedroom is also the back wall for the
    bathtub/shower fiberglass thingie. Do I put insulation in that wall as well
    as the exterior wall?

    Do I use green board instead of the white drywall?

  7. Cauli Kid

    Why are you hanging the boards that way and not floor to ceiling?your
    getting multiple joints this way instead of one per sheet your creating 2

  8. Paddy D

    This video covered the finite details of butting joints which I have been
    searching for. Thank you for covering the details!
    

  9. LordBLB

    well. i stopped watching because of the annoying BFU logo on the bottom
    left of the video. Couldn’t read the tips. meh.

  10. Earle Baker

    Glue is not needed if screwed off correctly, I think Home Depot is just
    trying to sell more stuff. I can see that they are not pro’s because the
    screw gun is not running all the time like they are design to do so. This
    is just a commercial 

  11. Que14kt

    Well done fellas. I did increase knowledge base watching your video. Just
    one thing…it was too short. (smile). Again, thanks.//Chuck

  12. Brandon Hurd

    its amazing how a group of guys can get together and make a video on how to
    make peoples lives easier and HELP them to understand thing but there is
    always an asshole out there to look only for flaws in there help to
    criticize. listen guys, I recently got into the construction field and I
    just want to say thank you. it is videos like this that make me a better
    and more efficient worker. I appreciate you guys taking the time out to do
    so. at no point did your efforts go wasted. I will no subscribe and move on
    to you other videos. 

  13. jimmywo55

    I couldn’t find part 2 to see how you cut out for the outlet boxes. Why
    hang the sheet rock sideways instead of up and down so you have taper to
    taper meeting every 4 feet?

  14. Chuck Andreas

    Well I can think of at least one scenario where you wouldn’t likely glue
    the drywall – like on any perimeter stud wall covered with a poly vapour
    barrier. Which is very common in cold weather climates.

  15. D347H2

    I currently work at The Home Depot, but I am also a DIY person. I am going
    to be doing my basement in a few years, with framing and drywall. So this
    video has helped me out a lot. I appreciate this video a lot.